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Subject [27/34] lucenenet git commit: Raw porting of Lucene.Net.Analysis.Common
Date Fri, 07 Nov 2014 23:12:31 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/lucenenet/blob/99717176/src/Lucene.Net.Analysis.Common/Analysis/En/KStemData1.cs
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+/*
+Copyright © 2003,
+Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval,
+University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
+All rights reserved.
+
+Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification,
+are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
+
+1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this
+list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+
+2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
+this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
+and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+
+3. The names "Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval" and
+"University of Massachusetts" must not be used to endorse or promote products
+derived from this software without prior written permission. To obtain
+permission, contact info@ciir.cs.umass.edu.
+
+THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AND OTHER CONTRIBUTORS
+"AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
+THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
+ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE
+LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
+CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
+GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
+HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
+LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
+OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
+SUCH DAMAGE.
+*/
+
+/* This is a java version of Bob Krovetz' KStem.
+ *
+ * Java version by Sergio Guzman-Lara.
+ * CIIR-UMass Amherst http://ciir.cs.umass.edu
+ */
+namespace org.apache.lucene.analysis.en
+{
+
+	/// <summary>
+	/// A list of words used by Kstem
+	/// </summary>
+	internal class KStemData1
+	{
+		private KStemData1()
+		{
+		}
+	// KStemData1 ... KStemData8 are created from "head_word_list.txt"
+	   internal static string[] data = new string[] {"aback","abacus","abandon","abandoned","abase", "abash","abate","abattoir","abbess","abbey", "abbot","abbreviate","abbreviation","abc","abdicate", "abdomen","abduct","abed","aberrant","aberration", "abet","abeyance","abhor","abhorrent","abide", "abiding","abilities","ability","abject","abjure", "ablative","ablaut","ablaze","able","ablution", "ablutions","ably","abnegation","abnormal","abo", "aboard","abode","abolish","abolition","abominable", "abominate","abomination","aboriginal","aborigine","abort", "abortion","abortionist","abortive","abound","about", "above","aboveboard","abracadabra","abrade","abrasion", "abrasive","abreast","abridge","abridgement","abridgment", "abroad","abrogate","abrupt","abscess","abscond", "absence","absent","absentee","absenteeism","absently", "absinth","absinthe","absolute","absolutely","absolution", "absolutism","absolve","absorb","absorbent","absorbing", "absorption","abstain","abstemious","abstention",
 "abstinence", "abstract","abstracted","abstraction","abstruse","absurd", "abundance","abundant","abuse","abusive","abut", "abutment","abysmal","abyss","acacia","academic", "academician","academy","accede","accelerate","acceleration", "accelerator","accent","accentuate","accept","acceptable", "acceptance","access","accessible","accession","accessory", "accidence","accident","accidental","acclaim","acclamation", "acclimatize","acclivity","accolade","accommodate","accommodating", "accommodation","accommodations","accompaniment","accompanist","accompany", "accomplice","accomplish","accomplished","accomplishment","accord", "accordance","according","accordingly","accordion","accost", "account","accountable","accountancy","accountant","accoutrements", "accredit","accretion","accrue","accumulate","accumulation", "accumulative","accumulator","accuracy","accurate","accursed", "accusation","accusative","accuse","accused","accustom", "accustomed","ace","acerbity","acetate","acetic", "acetylene"
 ,"ache","achieve","achievement","achoo", "acid","acidify","acidity","acidulated","acidulous", "acknowledge","acknowledgement","acknowledgment","acme","acne", "acolyte","aconite","acorn","acoustic","acoustics", "acquaint","acquaintance","acquaintanceship","acquiesce","acquiescent", "acquire","acquisition","acquisitive","acquit","acquittal", "acre","acreage","acrid","acrimony","acrobat", "acrobatic","acrobatics","acronym","across","acrostic", "act","acting","actinism","action","actionable", "activate","active","activist","activity","actor", "actress","acts","actual","actuality","actually", "actuary","actuate","acuity","acumen","acupuncture", "acute","adage","adagio","adam","adamant", "adapt","adaptable","adaptation","adapter","adaptor", "adc","add","addendum","adder","addict", "addiction","addictive","addition","additional","additive", "addle","address","addressee","adduce","adenoidal", "adenoids","adept","adequate","adhere","adherence", "adherent","adhesion","adhesive","adieu","adipo
 se", "adj","adjacent","adjective","adjoin","adjourn", "adjudge","adjudicate","adjunct","adjure","adjust", "adjutant","adman","admass","administer","administration", "administrative","administrator","admirable","admiral","admiralty", "admiration","admire","admirer","admissible","admission", "admit","admittance","admitted","admittedly","admixture", "admonish","admonition","admonitory","ado","adobe", "adolescent","adopt","adoption","adoptive","adorable", "adoration","adore","adorn","adornment","adrenalin", "adrift","adroit","adulate","adulation","adult", "adulterate","adulterer","adultery","adumbrate","adv", "advance","advanced","advancement","advances","advantage", "advantageous","advent","adventist","adventitious","adventure", "adventurer","adventuress","adventurous","adverb","adverbial", "adversary","adverse","adversity","advert","advertise", "advertisement","advertising","advice","advisable","advise", "advisedly","adviser","advisor","advisory","advocacy", "advocate","adz","adze","a
 egis","aeon", "aerate","aerial","aerie","aerobatic","aerobatics", "aerodrome","aerodynamic","aerodynamics","aeronautics","aeroplane", "aerosol","aerospace","aertex","aery","aesthete", "aesthetic","aesthetics","aether","aethereal","aetiology", "afar","affable","affair","affect","affectation", "affected","affecting","affection","affectionate","affiance", "affidavit","affiliate","affiliation","affinity","affirm", "affirmative","affix","afflict","affliction","affluent", "afford","afforest","affray","affricate","affront", "aficionado","afield","afire","aflame","afloat", "afoot","aforesaid","aforethought","afraid","afresh", "afrikaans","afrikaner","afro","aft","after", "afterbirth","aftercare","aftereffect","afterglow","afterlife", "aftermath","afternoon","afternoons","afters","aftershave", "aftertaste","afterthought","afterwards","again","against", "agape","agate","age","ageing","ageless", "agency","agenda","agent","agglomerate","agglutination", "agglutinative","aggrandisement","aggrandi
 zement","aggravate","aggravation", "aggregate","aggregation","aggression","aggressive","aggressor", "aggrieved","aggro","aghast","agile","agitate", "agitation","agitator","aglow","agnostic","ago", "agog","agonise","agonised","agonising","agonize", "agonized","agonizing","agony","agoraphobia","agoraphobic", "agrarian","agree","agreeable","agreeably","agreement", "agriculture","agronomy","aground","ague","aha", "ahead","ahem","ahoy","aid","ail", "aileron","ailment","aim","aimless","air", "airbase","airbed","airbladder","airborne","airbrake", "airbrick","airbus","aircraft","aircraftman","aircrew", "aircushion","airdrop","airedale","airfield","airflow", "airforce","airgun","airhole","airhostess","airily", "airing","airlane","airless","airletter","airlift", "airline","airliner","airlock","airmail","airman", "airplane","airpocket","airport","airs","airshaft", "airship","airsick","airspace","airspeed","airstrip", "airtight","airway","airwoman","airworthy","airy", "aisle","aitch","ajar","ak
 imbo","akin", "alabaster","alack","alacrity","alarm","alarmist", "alas","albatross","albeit","albino","album", "albumen","alchemist","alchemy","alcohol","alcoholic", "alcoholism","alcove","alder","alderman","ale", "alehouse","alert","alfalfa","alfresco","algae", "algebra","algorithm","alias","alibi","alien", "alienate","alienation","alienist","alight","align", "alignment","alike","alimentary","alimony","aline", "alinement","alive","alkali","alkaline","all", "allah","allay","allegation","allege","allegedly", "allegiance","allegorical","allegory","allegretto","allegro", "alleluia","allergic","allergy","alleviate","alley", "alleyway","alliance","allied","alligator","alliteration", "alliterative","allocate","allocation","allopathy","allot", "allotment","allow","allowable","allowance","alloy", "allspice","allude","allure","allurement","allusion", "alluvial","alluvium","ally","almanac","almanack", "almighty","almond","almoner","almost","alms", "aloe","aloft","alone","along","alongside", "
 aloof","alopecia","aloud","alpaca","alpenhorn", "alpenstock","alpha","alphabet","alphabetical","alpine", "already","alright","alsatian","also","altar", "altarpiece","alter","alteration","altercation","alternate", "alternative","alternator","although","altimeter","altitude", "alto","altogether","altruism","altruist","alum", "aluminium","alumna","alumnus","alveolar","always", "alyssum","amalgam","amalgamate","amanuensis","amass", "amateur","amateurish","amatory","amaze","amazing", "amazon","ambassador","ambassadorial","amber","ambergris", "ambidextrous","ambience","ambient","ambiguous","ambit", "ambition","ambitious","ambivalent","amble","ambrosia", "ambulance","ambush","ame","ameba","ameliorate", "amen","amenable","amend","amendment","amends", "amenity","americanise","americanism","americanize","amethyst", "amiable","amicable","amid","amidships","amir", "amiss","amity","ammeter","ammo","ammonia", "ammonite","ammunition","amnesia","amnesty","amoeba", "amoebic","amok","among","amoral",
 "amorous", "amorphous","amortise","amortize","amount","amour", "amp","amperage","ampersand","amphetamine","amphibian", "amphibious","amphitheater","amphitheatre","amphora","ample", "amplifier","amplify","amplitude","ampoule","amputate", "amputee","amuck","amulet","amuse","amusement", "anachronism","anaconda","anaemia","anaemic","anaesthesia", "anaesthetic","anaesthetist","anagram","anal","analgesia", "analgesic","analog","analogize","analogous","analogue", "analogy","analyse","analysis","analyst","analytic", "anapaest","anarchic","anarchism","anarchist","anarchy", "anathema","anathematize","anatomical","anatomist","anatomy", "ancestor","ancestral","ancestry","anchor","anchorage", "anchorite","anchovy","ancient","ancients","ancillary", "and","andante","andiron","androgynous","anecdotal", "anecdote","anemia","anemometer","anemone","anesthesia", "anesthetise","anesthetize","anew","angel","angelica", "angelus","anger","angle","anglican","anglicise", "anglicism","anglicize","angling","an
 glophile","anglophilia", "anglophobe","anglophobia","angora","angostura","angry", "angst","anguish","anguished","angular","aniline", "animadversion","animadvert","animal","animalcule","animalism", "animate","animation","animism","animosity","animus", "anis","anise","aniseed","ankle","anklet", "annals","anneal","annex","annexation","annexe", "annihilate","anniversary","annotate","annotation","announce", "announcement","announcer","annoy","annoyance","annual", "annuity","annul","annular","annunciation","anode", "anodyne","anoint","anomalous","anomaly","anon", "anonymity","anonymous","anopheles","anorak","anorexia", "another","answer","answerable","ant","antacid", "antagonism","antagonist","antagonize","antarctic","ante", "anteater","antecedence","antecedent","antecedents","antechamber", "antedate","antediluvian","antelope","antenatal","antenna", "antepenultimate","anterior","anteroom","anthem","anther", "anthill","anthology","anthracite","anthrax","anthropocentric", "anthropoid","anth
 ropologist","anthropology","anthropomorphic","anthropomorphism", "anthropophagous","anthropophagy","antiaircraft","antibiotic","antibody", "antic","anticipate","anticipation","anticipatory","anticlerical", "anticlimax","anticlockwise","antics","anticyclone","antidote", "antifreeze","antigen","antihero","antihistamine","antiknock", "antilogarithm","antimacassar","antimatter","antimony","antipathetic", "antipathy","antipersonnel","antipodal","antipodes","antiquarian", "antiquary","antiquated","antique","antiquity","antirrhinum", "antiseptic","antisocial","antithesis","antithetic","antitoxin", "antler","antonym","anus","anvil","anxiety", "anxious","any","anybody","anyhow","anyplace", "anyroad","anything","anyway","anywhere","aorta", "apace","apanage","apart","apartheid","apartment", "apartments","apathetic","apathy","ape","aperient", "aperitif","aperture","apex","aphasia","aphasic", "aphid","aphorism","aphoristic","aphrodisiac","apiarist", "apiary","apices","apiculture","apiece","apish
 ", "aplomb","apocalypse","apocalyptic","apocrypha","apocryphal", "apogee","apologetic","apologetics","apologia","apologise", "apologist","apologize","apology","apophthegm","apoplectic", "apoplexy","apostasy","apostate","apostatise","apostatize", "apostle","apostolic","apostrophe","apostrophize","apothecary", "apothegm","apotheosis","appal","appall","appalling", "appanage","apparatus","apparel","apparent","apparently", "apparition","appeal","appealing","appear","appearance", "appearances","appease","appeasement","appellant","appellate", "appellation","append","appendage","appendectomy","appendicitis", "appendix","appertain","appetite","appetizer","appetizing", "applaud","applause","apple","applejack","appliance", "applicable","applicant","application","applied","apply", "appoint","appointment","appointments","apportion","apposite", "apposition","appraisal","appraise","appreciable","appreciate", "appreciation","appreciative","apprehend","apprehension","apprehensive", "apprentice","app
 renticeship","apprise","appro","approach", "approachable","approbation","approbatory","appropriate","appropriation", "approval","approve","approx","approximate","approximation", "appurtenance","apricot","april","apron","apropos", "apse","apt","aptitude","aqualung","aquamarine", "aquaplane","aquarium","aquatic","aquatint","aqueduct", "aqueous","aquiline","arab","arabesque","arabic", "arable","arachnid","arak","arbiter","arbitrary", "arbitrate","arbitration","arbitrator","arbor","arboreal", "arboretum","arbour","arc","arcade","arcadia", "arcane","arch","archaeology","archaic","archaism", "archangel","archbishop","archbishopric","archdeacon","archdeaconry", "archdiocese","archduke","archeology","archer","archery", "archetype","archimandrite","archipelago","architect","architecture", "archive","archway","arctic","ardent","ardor", "ardour","arduous","are","area","areca", "arena","argent","argon","argot","arguable", "argue","argument","argumentative","aria","arid", "aries","aright","arise
 ","aristocracy","aristocrat", "aristocratic","arithmetic","arithmetician","ark","arm", "armada","armadillo","armament","armature","armband", "armchair","armed","armful","armhole","armistice", "armlet","armor","armorer","armorial","armory", "armour","armoured","armourer","armoury","armpit", "arms","army","aroma","aromatic","arose", "around","arouse","arpeggio","arquebus","arrack", "arraign","arrange","arrangement","arrant","arras", "array","arrears","arrest","arrival","arrive", "arrogance","arrogant","arrogate","arrow","arrowhead", "arrowroot","arse","arsenal","arsenic","arson", "art","artefact","arterial","arteriosclerosis","artery", "artful","arthritis","artichoke","article","articles", "articulate","articulated","articulateness","articulation","artifact", "artifice","artificer","artificial","artillery","artisan", "artist","artiste","artistic","artistry","artless", "arts","arty","arum","asbestos","ascend", "ascendancy","ascendant","ascendency","ascendent","ascension", "ascent","asc
 ertain","ascetic","ascribe","ascription", "asepsis","aseptic","asexual","ash","ashamed", "ashbin","ashcan","ashen","ashes","ashore", "ashtray","ashy","aside","asinine","ask", "askance","askew","aslant","asleep","asp", "asparagus","aspect","aspectual","aspen","asperity", "aspersion","asphalt","asphodel","asphyxia","asphyxiate", "aspic","aspidistra","aspirant","aspirate","aspiration", "aspire","aspirin","ass","assagai","assail", "assailant","assassin","assassinate","assault","assay", "assegai","assemblage","assemble","assembly","assemblyman", "assent","assert","assertion","assertive","assess", "assessment","assessor","asset","asseverate","assiduity", "assiduous","assign","assignation","assignment","assimilate", "assimilation","assist","assistance","assistant","assize", "assizes","associate","association","assonance","assort", "assorted","assortment","asst","assuage","assume", "assumption","assurance","assure","assured","aster", "asterisk","astern","asteroid","asthma","astigmatic", "as
 tigmatism","astir","astonish","astonishment","astound", "astrakhan","astral","astray","astride","astringent", "astrolabe","astrologer","astrology","astronaut","astronautics", "astronomer","astronomical","astronomy","astrophysics","astute", "asunder","asylum","asymmetric","atavism","atchoo", "ate","atelier","atheism","atheist","athlete", "athletic","athletics","athwart","atishoo","atlas", "atmosphere","atmospheric","atmospherics","atoll","atom", "atomic","atomise","atomize","atonal","atonality", "atone","atop","atrocious","atrocity","atrophy", "attach","attachment","attack","attain","attainder", "attainment","attar","attempt","attend","attendance", "attendant","attention","attentive","attenuate","attest", "attestation","attested","attic","attire","attitude", "attitudinise","attitudinize","attorney","attract","attraction", "attractive","attributable","attribute","attribution","attributive", "attrition","attune","atypical","aubergine","aubrietia", "auburn","auction","auctioneer","audac
 ious","audacity", "audible","audience","audio","audiometer","audit", "audition","auditor","auditorium","auditory","auger", "aught","augment","augmentation","augur","augury", "august","auk","aunt","aura","aural", "aureole","auricle","auricular","auriferous","aurora", "auscultation","auspices","auspicious","aussie","austere", "austerity","australasian","autarchy","autarky","authentic", "authenticate","authenticity","author","authoress","authorisation", "authorise","authoritarian","authoritative","authority","authorization", "authorize","authorship","autism","autistic","auto", "autobahn","autobiographical","autobiography","autocracy","autocrat", "autoeroticism","autograph","automat","automate","automatic", "automation","automatism","automaton","automobile","autonomous", "autonomy","autopsy","autostrada","autosuggestion","autumn", "autumnal","auxiliary","avail","available","avalanche", "avarice","avaricious","avatar","avaunt","avenge", "avenue","aver","average","averse","aversion", "ave
 rsive","avert","aviary","aviation","aviator", "avid","avocado","avocation","avocet","avoid", "avoidance","avoirdupois","avow","avowal","avowed", "avuncular","await","awake","awaken","awakening", "award","aware","awash","away","awe", "awesome","awestruck","awful","awfully","awhile", "awkward","awl","awning","awoke","awoken", "awry","axe","axiom","axiomatic","axis", "axle","axolotl","ayah","aye","azalea", "azimuth","azure","baa","babble","babbler", "babe","babel","baboo","baboon","babu", "baby","babyhood","babyish","baccalaureate","baccara", "baccarat","bacchanal","baccy","bachelor","bacillus", "back","backache","backbench","backbite","backbone", "backbreaking","backchat","backcloth","backcomb","backdate", "backdrop","backer","backfire","backgammon","background", "backhand","backhanded","backhander","backing","backlash", "backlog","backmost","backpedal","backside","backslide", "backspace","backstage","backstairs","backstay","backstroke", "backtrack","backup","backward","backwards","ba
 ckwash", "backwater","backwoods","backwoodsman","backyard","bacon", "bacteria","bacteriology","bactrian","bad","bade", "badge","badger","badinage","badly","badminton", "baffle","baffling","bag","bagatelle","bagful", "baggage","baggy","bagpipes","bags","bah", "bail","bailey","bailiff","bairn","bait", "baize","bake","bakelite","baker","bakery", "baksheesh","balaclava","balalaika","balance","balanced", "balcony","bald","balderdash","balding","baldly", "baldric","bale","baleful","balk","ball", "ballad","ballade","ballast","ballcock","ballerina", "ballet","ballistic","ballistics","ballocks","balloon", "ballooning","balloonist","ballot","ballpoint","ballroom", "balls","bally","ballyhoo","balm","balmy", "baloney","balsa","balsam","balustrade","bamboo", "bamboozle","ban","banal","banana","band", "bandage","bandana","bandanna","bandbox","bandeau", "bandit","banditry","bandmaster","bandoleer","bandolier", "bandsman","bandstand","bandwagon","bandy","bane", "baneful","bang","banger","bangle","b
 anian", "banish","banister","banjo","bank","bankbook", "banker","banking","bankrupt","bankruptcy","banner", "bannock","banns","banquet","banshee","bantam", "bantamweight","banter","banyan","baobab","baptise", "baptism","baptist","baptize","bar","barb", "barbarian","barbaric","barbarise","barbarism","barbarize", "barbarous","barbecue","barbed","barbel","barber", "barbican","barbiturate","barcarole","barcarolle","bard", "bare","bareback","barebacked","barefaced","barefoot", "bareheaded","barelegged","barely","bargain","barge", "bargee","baritone","barium","bark","barker", "barley","barleycorn","barmaid","barman","barmy", "barn","barnacle","barnstorm","barnyard","barograph", "barometer","baron","baroness","baronet","baronetcy", "baronial","barony","baroque","barque","barrack", "barracks","barracuda","barrage","barred","barrel", "barren","barricade","barricades","barrier","barring", "barrister","barrow","bartender","barter","basalt", "base","baseball","baseboard","baseless","baseline", 
 "basement","bases","bash","bashful","basic", "basically","basics","basil","basilica","basilisk", "basin","basis","bask","basket","basketball", "basketful","basketry","basketwork","bass","basset", "bassinet","bassoon","bast","bastard","bastardise", "bastardize","bastardy","baste","bastinado","bastion", "bat","batch","bated","bath","bathing", "bathos","bathrobe","bathroom","baths","bathtub", "bathysphere","batik","batiste","batman","baton", "bats","batsman","battalion","batten","batter", "battery","battle","battleax","battleaxe","battlefield", "battlements","battleship","batty","bauble","baulk", "bauxite","bawd","bawdy","bawl","bay", "bayonet","bayou","bazaar","bazooka","bbc", "beach","beachcomber","beachhead","beachwear","beacon", "bead","beading","beadle","beady","beagle", "beagling","beak","beaker","beam","bean", "beanpole","beanstalk","bear","bearable","beard", "bearded","bearer","bearing","bearings","bearish", "bearskin","beast","beastly","beat","beaten", "beater","beatific","bea
 tification","beatify","beating", "beatitude","beatitudes","beatnik","beau","beaujolais", "beaut","beauteous","beautician","beautiful","beautify", "beauty","beaver","bebop","becalmed","because", "beck","beckon","become","becoming","bed", "bedaub","bedbug","bedclothes","bedding","bedeck", "bedevil","bedewed","bedfellow","bedimmed","bedlam", "bedouin","bedpan","bedpost","bedraggled","bedridden", "bedrock","bedroom","bedside","bedsore","bedspread", "bedstead","bedtime","bee","beech","beef", "beefcake","beefeater","beefsteak","beefy","beehive", "beeline","been","beer","beery","beeswax", "beet","beetle","beetling","beetroot","beeves", "befall","befit","befitting","before","beforehand", "befriend","befuddle","beg","beget","beggar", "beggarly","beggary","begin","beginner","beginning", "begone","begonia","begorra","begot","begotten", "begrudge","beguile","begum","begun","behalf", "behave","behavior","behaviorism","behaviour","behaviourism", "behead","behemoth","behest","behind","behindhand",
  "behold","beholden","behove","beige","being", "belabor","belabour","belated","belay","belch", "beleaguer","belfry","belie","belief","believable", "believe","believer","belittle","bell","belladonna", "bellboy","belle","bellflower","bellicose","belligerency", "belligerent","bellow","bellows","belly","bellyache", "bellyful","belong","belongings","beloved","below", "belt","belted","belting","beltway","bemoan", "bemused","ben","bench","bencher","bend", "bended","bends","beneath","benedictine","benediction", "benedictus","benefaction","benefactor","benefice","beneficent", "beneficial","beneficiary","benefit","benevolence","benevolent", "benighted","benign","benignity","bent","benumbed", "benzedrine","benzene","benzine","bequeath","bequest", "berate","bereave","bereaved","bereavement","bereft", "beret","beriberi","berk","berry","berserk", "berth","beryl","beseech","beseem","beset", "besetting","beside","besides","besiege","besmear", "besmirch","besom","besotted","besought","bespattered", 
 "bespeak","bespoke","best","bestial","bestiality", "bestiary","bestir","bestow","bestrew","bestride", "bet","beta","betake","betel","bethel", "bethink","betide","betimes","betoken","betray", "betrayal","betroth","betrothal","betrothed","better", "betterment","betters","bettor","between","betwixt", "bevel","beverage","bevy","bewail","beware", "bewilder","bewitch","bey","beyond","bezique", "bhang","bias","bib","bible","biblical", "bibliographer","bibliography","bibliophile","bibulous","bicarb", "bicarbonate","bicentenary","bicentennial","biceps","bicker", "bicycle","bid","biddable","bidding","bide", "bidet","biennial","bier","biff","bifocals", "bifurcate","big","bigamist","bigamous","bigamy", "bighead","bight","bigot","bigoted","bigotry", "bigwig","bijou","bike","bikini","bilabial", "bilateral","bilberry","bile","bilge","bilingual", "bilious","bilk","bill","billboard","billet", "billfold","billhook","billiard","billiards","billion", "billow","billposter","billy","biltong","bimetallic"
 , "bimetallism","bimonthly","bin","binary","bind", "binder","bindery","binding","bindweed","binge", "bingo","binnacle","binocular","binoculars","binomial", "biochemistry","biodegradable","biographer","biographical","biography", "biological","biology","biomedical","bionic","biosphere", "biotechnology","bipartisan","bipartite","biped","biplane", "birch","bird","birdie","birdlime","birdseed", "biretta","biro","birth","birthday","birthmark", "birthplace","birthrate","birthright","biscuit","bisect", "bisexual","bishop","bishopric","bismuth","bison", "bisque","bistro","bit","bitch","bitchy", "bite","biting","bitter","bittern","bitters", "bittersweet","bitty","bitumen","bituminous","bivalve", "bivouac","biweekly","bizarre","blab","blabber", "blabbermouth","black","blackamoor","blackball","blackberry", "blackbird","blackboard","blackcurrant","blacken","blackguard", "blackhead","blacking","blackjack","blackleg","blacklist", "blackly","blackmail","blackout","blackshirt","blacksmith", "blackth
 orn","bladder","blade","blaeberry","blah", "blame","blameless","blameworthy","blanch","blancmange", "bland","blandishments","blank","blanket","blare", "blarney","blaspheme","blasphemous","blasphemy","blast", "blasted","blatant","blather","blaze","blazer", "blazes","blazing","blazon","blazonry","bleach", "bleachers","bleak","bleary","bleat","bleed", "bleeder","bleeding","bleep","blemish","blench", "blend","blender","bless","blessed","blessing", "blether","blew","blight","blighter","blimey", "blimp","blind","blinder","blinders","blindfold", "blink","blinkered","blinkers","blinking","blip", "bliss","blister","blistering","blithe","blithering", "blitz","blizzard","bloated","bloater","blob", "bloc","block","blockade","blockage","blockbuster", "blockhead","blockhouse","bloke","blond","blood", "bloodbath","bloodcurdling","bloodhound","bloodless","bloodletting", "bloodshed","bloodshot","bloodstain","bloodstock","bloodstream", "bloodsucker","bloodthirsty","bloody","bloom","bloomer", "bloomer
 s","blooming","blossom","blot","blotch", "blotter","blotto","blouse","blow","blower", "blowfly","blowgun","blowhard","blowhole","blowlamp", "blown","blowout","blowpipe","blowsy","blowy", "blowzy","blubber","bludgeon","blue","bluebag", "bluebeard","bluebell","blueberry","bluebird","bluebottle", "bluecoat","bluefish","bluejacket","blueprint","blues", "bluestocking","bluff","blunder","blunderbuss","blunt", "bluntly","blur","blurb","blurt","blush", "bluster","blustery","boa","boar","board", "boarder","boarding","boardinghouse","boardroom","boards", "boardwalk","boast","boaster","boastful","boat", "boater","boathouse","boatman","boatswain","bob", "bobbin","bobby","bobcat","bobolink","bobsleigh", "bobtail","bobtailed","bock","bod","bode", "bodice","bodily","boding","bodkin","body", "bodyguard","bodywork","boer","boffin","bog", "bogey","boggle","boggy","bogie","bogus", "bohemian","boil","boiler","boisterous","bold", "boldface","boldfaced","bole","bolero","boll", "bollard","bollocks","bolon
 ey","bolshevik","bolshevism", "bolshy","bolster","bolt","bolthole","bomb", "bombard","bombardier","bombardment","bombast","bomber", "bombproof","bombshell","bombsight","bombsite","bonanza", "bonbon","bond","bondage","bonded","bondholder", "bonds","bone","boned","bonehead","boner", "bonesetter","boneshaker","bonfire","bongo","bonhomie", "bonito","bonkers","bonnet","bonny","bonsai", "bonus","bony","bonzer","boo","boob", "boobs","booby","boodle","boohoo","book", "bookable","bookbindery","bookbinding","bookcase","bookend", "booking","bookish","bookkeeping","booklet","bookmaker", "bookmark","bookmobile","bookplate","books","bookseller", "bookshop","bookstall","bookwork","bookworm","boom", "boomerang","boon","boor","boost","booster", "boot","bootblack","booted","bootee","booth", "bootlace","bootleg","bootless","boots","bootstraps", "booty","booze","boozer","boozy","bop", "bopper","boracic","borage","borax","bordeaux", "bordello","border","borderer","borderland","borderline", "bore","borea
 lis","borehole","borer","born", "borne","boron","borough","borrow","borrowing", "borscht","borshcht","borstal","borzoi","bosh", "bosom","bosomy","boss","bossy","bosun", "botanical","botanise","botanist","botanize","botany", "botch","both","bother","botheration","bothersome", "bottle","bottleful","bottleneck","bottom","bottomless", "botulism","boudoir","bouffant","bougainvillaea","bougainvillea", "bough","bought","bouillabaisse","bouillon","boulder", "boulevard","bounce","bouncer","bouncing","bouncy", "bound","boundary","bounden","bounder","boundless", "bounds","bounteous","bountiful","bounty","bouquet", "bourbon","bourgeois","bourgeoisie","bourn","bourne", "bourse","bout","boutique","bouzouki","bovine", "bovril","bovver","bow","bowdlerise","bowdlerize", "bowed","bowel","bowels","bower","bowerbird", "bowing","bowl","bowler","bowlful","bowline", "bowling","bowls","bowman","bowser","bowshot", "bowsprit","bowwow","box","boxer","boxful", "boxing","boxwood","boy","boycott","boyfriend", "b
 oyhood","boyish","boys","bra","brace", "bracelet","bracelets","braces","bracing","bracken", "bracket","brackish","bract","bradawl","brae", "brag","braggadocio","braggart","brahman","braid", "braille","brain","brainchild","brainless","brainpan", "brains","brainstorm","brainwash","brainwashing","brainwave", "brainy","braise","brake","bramble","bran", "branch","brand","brandish","brandy","brash", "brass","brasserie","brassiere","brassy","brat", "bravado","brave","bravo","bravura","brawl", "brawn","brawny","bray","brazen","brazier", "bre","breach","bread","breadbasket","breadboard", "breadcrumb","breaded","breadfruit","breadline","breadth", "breadthways","breadwinner","break","breakage","breakaway", "breakdown","breaker","breakfast","breakneck","breakout", "breakthrough","breakup","breakwater","bream","breast", "breastbone","breastplate","breaststroke","breastwork","breath", "breathalyse","breathalyser","breathe","breather","breathing", "breathless","breathtaking","breathy","breech","br
 eeches", "breed","breeder","breeding","breeze","breezeblock", "breezy","brethren","breve","brevet","breviary", "brevity","brew","brewer","brewery","briar", "bribe","bribery","brick","brickbat","brickfield", "bricklayer","brickwork","bridal","bride","bridegroom", "bridesmaid","bridge","bridgehead","bridgework","bridle", "brie","brief","briefcase","briefing","briefs", "brier","brig","brigade","brigadier","brigand", "brigandage","brigantine","bright","brighten","brill", "brilliancy","brilliant","brilliantine","brim","brimful", "brimfull","brimstone","brindled","brine","bring", "brink","brinkmanship","brioche","briquet","briquette", "brisk","brisket","bristle","bristly","bristols", "brit","britches","britisher","briton","brittle", "broach","broad","broadcast","broadcasting","broadcloth", "broaden","broadloom","broadminded","broadsheet","broadside", "broadsword","broadways","brocade","broccoli","brochure", "brogue","broil","broiler","broke","broken", "broker","brolly","bromide","bromine"
 ,"bronchial", "bronchitis","bronco","brontosaurus","bronze","brooch", "brood","broody","brook","broom","broomstick", "broth","brothel","brother","brotherhood","brougham", "brought","brouhaha","brow","browbeat","brown", "brownie","brownstone","browse","brucellosis","bruin", "bruise","bruiser","bruising","bruit","brunch", "brunet","brunette","brunt","brush","brushwood", "brushwork","brusque","brutal","brutalise","brutality", "brutalize","brute","brutish","bubble","bubbly", "buccaneer","buck","buckboard","bucked","bucket", "buckle","buckler","buckram","buckshee","buckshot", "buckskin","bucktooth","buckwheat","bucolic","bud", "buddhism","budding","buddy","budge","budgerigar", "budget","budgetary","buff","buffalo","buffer", "buffet","buffoon","buffoonery","bug","bugaboo", "bugbear","bugger","buggered","buggery","buggy", "bughouse","bugle","bugrake","buhl","build", "builder","building","buildup","bulb","bulbous", "bulbul","bulge","bulk","bulkhead","bulky", "bull","bulldog","bulldoze","bul
 ldozer","bullet", "bulletin","bulletproof","bullfight","bullfighting","bullfinch", "bullfrog","bullheaded","bullion","bullnecked","bullock", "bullring","bullshit","bully","bullyboy","bulrush", "bulwark","bum","bumble","bumblebee","bumboat", "bumf","bummer","bump","bumper","bumph", "bumpkin","bumptious","bumpy","bun","bunch", "bundle","bung","bungalow","bunghole","bungle", "bunion","bunk","bunker","bunkered","bunkhouse", "bunkum","bunny","bunting","buoy","buoyancy", "bur","burberry","burble","burden","burdensome", "burdock","bureau","bureaucracy","bureaucrat","bureaucratic", "burg","burgeon","burgess","burgh","burgher", "burglar","burglary","burgle","burgomaster","burgundy", "burial","burlap","burlesque","burly","burn", "burner","burning","burnish","burnous","burnouse", "burnt","burp","burr","burro","burrow", "bursar","bursary","burst","burthen","burton", "bury","bus","busby","bush","bushbaby", "bushed","bushel","bushwhack","bushy","business", "businesslike","businessman","busk","bus
 ker","busman", "bust","bustard","buster","bustle","busy", "busybody","but","butane","butch","butcher", "butchery","butler","butt","butter","buttercup", "butterfingers","butterfly","buttermilk","butterscotch","buttery", "buttock","buttocks","button","buttonhole","buttonhook", "buttons","buttress","buxom","buy","buyer", "buzz","buzzard","buzzer","bye","byelaw", "bygone","bygones","bylaw","bypass","byplay", "byre","bystander","byway","byways","byword", "byzantine","cab","cabal","cabaret","cabbage", "cabbie","cabby","cabdriver","caber","cabin", "cabinet","cable","cablegram","caboodle","caboose", "cabriolet","cacao","cache","cachet","cachou", "cackle","cacophony","cactus","cad","cadaver", "cadaverous","caddie","caddy","cadence","cadenza", "cadet","cadge","cadi","cadmium","cadre", "caerphilly","caesura","cafeteria","caffeine","caftan", "cage","cagey","cahoots","caiman","caique", "cairn","caisson","cajole","cake","calabash", "calaboose","calamitous","calamity","calcify","calcination", "cal
 cine","calcium","calculable","calculate","calculating", "calculation","calculator","calculus","caldron","calendar", "calender","calends","calf","calfskin","caliber", "calibrate","calibration","calibre","calico","caliper", "calipers","caliph","caliphate","calisthenic","calisthenics", "calk","call","calla","callboy","caller", "calligraphy","calling","calliper","callipers","callisthenic", "callisthenics","callous","callow","callus","calm", "calomel","calorie","calorific","calumniate","calumny", "calvary","calve","calves","calvinism","calypso", "calyx","cam","camaraderie","camber","cambric", "came","camel","camelhair","camellia","camembert", "cameo","camera","cameraman","camisole","camomile", "camouflage","camp","campaign","campanile","campanology", "campanula","camper","campfire","campground","camphor", "camphorated","campion","campsite","campus","camshaft", "can","canal","canalise","canalize","canard", "canary","canasta","cancan","cancel","cancellation", "cancer","cancerous","candela"
 ,"candelabrum","candid", "candidate","candidature","candidly","candied","candle", "candlelight","candlemas","candlepower","candlestick","candlewick", "candor","candour","candy","candyfloss","candytuft", "cane","canine","canis","canister","canker", "canna","cannabis","canned","cannelloni","cannery", "cannibal","cannibalise","cannibalism","cannibalize","cannon", "cannonade","cannonball","cannot","canny","canoe", "canon","canonical","canonicals","canonise","canonize", "canoodle","canopy","canst","cant","cantab", "cantabrigian","cantaloup","cantaloupe","cantankerous","cantata", "canteen","canter","canticle","cantilever","canto", "canton","cantonment","cantor","canvas","canvass", "canyon","cap","capabilities","capability","capable", "capacious","capacity","caparison","cape","caper", "capillarity","capillary","capital","capitalisation","capitalise", "capitalism","capitalist","capitalization","capitalize","capitals", "capitation","capitol","capitulate","capitulation","capitulations", "capo
 n","capriccio","caprice","capricious","capricorn", "capsicum","capsize","capstan","capsule","captain", "caption","captious","captivate","captive","captivity", "captor","capture","car","carafe","caramel", "carapace","carat","caravan","caravanning","caravanserai", "caraway","carbide","carbine","carbohydrate","carbolic", "carbon","carbonated","carbonation","carboniferous","carbonise", "carbonize","carborundum","carboy","carbuncle","carburetor", "carburettor","carcase","carcass","carcinogen","card", "cardamom","cardboard","cardiac","cardigan","cardinal", "cardpunch","cards","cardsharp","care","careen", "career","careerist","carefree","careful","careless", "caress","caret","caretaker","careworn","cargo", "caribou","caricature","caries","carillon","carious", "carmelite","carmine","carnage","carnal","carnation", "carnelian","carnival","carnivore","carnivorous","carob", "carol","carotid","carousal","carouse","carousel", "carp","carpal","carpenter","carpentry","carpet", "carpetbag","carpetba
 gger","carpeting","carport","carpus", "carriage","carriageway","carrier","carrion","carrot", "carroty","carrousel","carry","carryall","carrycot", "carryout","carsick","cart","cartage","cartel", "carter","carthorse","cartilage","cartilaginous","cartographer", "cartography","carton","cartoon","cartridge","cartwheel", "carve","carver","carving","caryatid","cascade", "cascara","case","casebook","casein","casework"};
+	}
+
+}
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+/*
+Copyright © 2003,
+Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval,
+University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
+All rights reserved.
+
+Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification,
+are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
+
+1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this
+list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+
+2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
+this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
+and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+
+3. The names "Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval" and
+"University of Massachusetts" must not be used to endorse or promote products
+derived from this software without prior written permission. To obtain
+permission, contact info@ciir.cs.umass.edu.
+
+THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AND OTHER CONTRIBUTORS
+"AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
+THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
+ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE
+LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
+CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
+GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
+HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
+LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
+OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
+SUCH DAMAGE.
+*/
+/* This is a java version of Bob Krovetz' KStem.
+ *
+ * Java version by Sergio Guzman-Lara.
+ * CIIR-UMass Amherst http://ciir.cs.umass.edu
+ */
+namespace org.apache.lucene.analysis.en
+{
+
+	/// <summary>
+	/// A list of words used by Kstem
+	/// </summary>
+	internal class KStemData2
+	{
+		private KStemData2()
+		{
+		}
+	   internal static string[] data = new string[] {"cash","cashew","cashier","cashmere","casing", "casino","cask","casket","casque","cassava", "casserole","cassette","cassock","cassowary","cast", "castanets","castaway","castellated","caster","castigate", "casting","castle","castor","castrate","casual", "casualty","casuist","casuistry","cat","cataclysm", "catacomb","catafalque","catalepsy","catalog","catalogue", "catalpa","catalysis","catalyst","catamaran","catapult", "cataract","catarrh","catastrophe","catatonic","catcall", "catch","catcher","catching","catchpenny","catchphrase", "catchword","catchy","catechise","catechism","catechize", "categorical","categorise","categorize","category","cater", "caterer","caterpillar","caterwaul","catfish","catgut", "catharsis","cathartic","cathedral","catheter","cathode", "catholic","catholicism","catholicity","catkin","catnap", "catnip","catsup","cattle","catty","catwalk", "caucus","caudal","caught","caul","cauldron", "cauliflower","caulk","causal
 ","causality","causation", "causative","cause","causeless","causeway","caustic", "cauterise","cauterize","caution","cautionary","cautious", "cavalcade","cavalier","cavalry","cavalryman","cave", "caveat","caveman","cavern","cavernous","caviar", "caviare","cavil","cavity","cavort","cavy", "caw","cay","cayman","cease","ceaseless", "cedar","cede","cedilla","ceiling","celandine", "celebrant","celebrate","celebrated","celebration","celebrity", "celerity","celery","celestial","celibacy","celibate", "cell","cellar","cellarage","cellist","cello", "cellophane","cellular","celluloid","cellulose","celsius", "celtic","cement","cemetery","cenotaph","censor", "censorious","censorship","censure","census","cent", "centaur","centavo","centenarian","centenary","centennial", "center","centerboard","centerpiece","centigrade","centigram", "centigramme","centime","centimeter","centimetre","centipede", "central","centralise","centralism","centralize","centre", "centreboard","centrepiece","centrifugal","cen
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